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= Geo Elevation =
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'''This page is historical as of 2012. [[vCard4]] introduced an 'altitude' component to its GEO property which is now incorporated in [[h-card]] and [[h-geo]].''' - [[User:Tantek|Tantek]] 18:30, 23 December 2012 (UTC)
An exploration of adding elevation information to geo data.
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An exploration of adding elevation (altitude) information to geo data.
  
 
== The Problem ==
 
== The Problem ==
 
Publishers of elevation information on the web could make additional use of this information (e.g. in Google Earth) with a standard format.
 
Publishers of elevation information on the web could make additional use of this information (e.g. in Google Earth) with a standard format.
  
== Participants ==
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Altitude data in waypoints is particularly used in aviation.
* Alexander Graf
 
  
 
== Real-World Examples ==
 
== Real-World Examples ==
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*See [[geo-elevation-examples]]
  
=== State High Points (http://www.waypoint.org/gps2-list210.html) ===
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==Issues==
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*Metric (ISO) measurements, or feet/ yards/ whatever?
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**See [[measure]]
          <td>CA</td>
 
 
 
          <td><a href="./batting.500/">7/2/2001</a></td>
 
          <td><a href="./batting.500/">California</a></td>
 
          <td>Mount Whitney</td>
 
          <td>14,494</td>
 
          <td>36&deg; 35'N,<br>118&deg; 17'W</td>
 
 
 
          <td>36&deg; 34.721'N,<br>118&deg; 17.466'W</td>
 
          <td>CA Mt. Whitney 1:24,000, Mt. Langley 1:24,000</td>
 
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== Existing Practices ==
 
 
 
== Proposal ==
 
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
 
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Latest revision as of 16:22, 18 July 2020

This page is historical as of 2012. vcard4 introduced an 'altitude' component to its GEO property which is now incorporated in h-card and h-geo. - Tantek 18:30, 23 December 2012 (UTC)


An exploration of adding elevation (altitude) information to geo data.

The Problem

Publishers of elevation information on the web could make additional use of this information (e.g. in Google Earth) with a standard format.

Altitude data in waypoints is particularly used in aviation.

Real-World Examples

Issues

See Also